Harn continues to show growth with his wordplay on each album release, and the dark boom bap records are a welcomed change from his previously brighter music. His lucid flow is most evident on standout tracks Thick & Thin and Hell Bent, where he freestyles and ignores traditional song writing methods. He’s less predictable and adjusts his style to each of the unique instrumentals.
The inspiration of the Headless Horseman runs throughout with sound bites to accompany the story of a rapper who still has something to prove after ten years of recording music. When asked about the project Harn SOLO said, “It’s comparable to the likes of a Slim Shady or Dr. Octagon alter-ego. I had a chance to play a different character and the villain was more appealing.”